Extensive menu with some exceptional Thia food. Burgers are excellent and so is the meatloaf sandwich.
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Curry Creek Cafe has evolved and changed its menu this year if I recall correctly. The menu is so varied - it's gone global. You start with a freshly baked, warm and luscious cheese topped roll with an olive butter. There are the signature Indonesian...More
The food is excellent but the café is very dirty. Everything, blinds, wall, ceiling is dirty. I hate to see what the kitchen looks like.
I set out looking for an Indian restaurant and Google sent me to Curry Creek Cafe. What a nice surprise!! Google staff take note. Just because the name curry is in the title does not mean it is an Indian Restaurant! Having lived in Asia...More
This is the place to go for Indonesian food. We went there for lunch, although the place looks run down from the outside and the open sign was not on. Despite first appearances we trusted the positive reviews and went in to find a small...More
Interesting choices from the norm. Curry if you like it with an Eastern Asian influence. We enjoyed the menus and the chef is eGer to please with just the right spice level for your taste.
This restaurant happens to be on Curry Creek, but it also does excellent curries! If you're looking for an unusual and splendid taste experience, look no further. It's a small place, and those that say you don't go for the decor are understating things: the...More
We've been many times and always find it enjoyable! Dave and his wife are fun and friendly. The food never disappoints.
This reviewers feelings just echo the other five-circle reviews. Read though all of them though, as one reviewer points out, decor here is not the pinnacle of chic. Since you might just notice an Indonesian person waiting on you, hint, do try the Indonesian dishes....More